RTX program at the 31. International Defence Industry Exhibition MSPO in Kielce

04 september 2023
The 31st MSPO Defence Industry Exhibition in Kielce welcomes the RTX concern, comprising the companies - Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney and Raytheon. Long-term partnership cooperation with the Ministry of National Defence and Poland’s Armed Forces cooperation is the objective with a special focus on providing the most modern solutions that will guarantee Poland's security and sovereignty and protect citizens and the state's infrastructure against aggression.

RTX also focus on cooperation with the Polish defence industry in the ongoing modernization programs of the Polish army.

Product models and RTX solutions on display at MSPO:


LTAMDS (Lower Tier Air & The Missile Defense Sensor) is a modern air and missile defence radar with much greater capabilities and higher effectiveness against a wide range of growing threats faced by air defence forces around the world. A 360-degree, Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar, the LTAMDS is known to detect and track the entire range of threats, such as fixed-wing aircraft, cruise and ballistic missiles, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). 

E-42 RTX expo stand and external PGZ ZC-6 stand

GhostEye® MR:

Made by Raytheon, GhostEye MR is a 360-degree surveillance and fire control sensor designed to detect, track and identify a wide variety of threats. Among them: cruise missiles and drones, fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. While GhostEye MR can operate as a standalone radar, it is also seen as a future sensor for the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System, or NASAMS™, a highly adaptable medium-range air defense solution. 

ZM-5 expo stand


With more than 5,100 successful launches to date, the AMRAAM missile, which has been integrated on 14 platforms in 42 countries, proving the world's most advanced and most superiori weapon. Thanks to a package of improvements related to the form, function and matching of the missile with other equipment, it gained the ability to engage threats at a much greater distance.  

Expo stand E-42 RTX

anti-tank guided missile provides the US military, marines and troops around the world with the ability to destroy a wide range of targets, including tanks. Medium range in the fire-and-forget mode. Carried and fired by a single soldier using the Lightweight Command Launch Unit. A soldier can observe the battlefield with high accuracy and target day and night in any weather conditions. The Javelin can also be fired from combat vehicles. The missile has been developed by Raytheon in cooperation with Lockheed Martin through the Javelin Joint Venture.

Expo stand E-42 RTX

The combat-proven Stinger missile is a lightweight, autonomous air defence system that can be immediately deployed by ground troops. Its supersonic speed, agility and highly accurate guidance and control system give the weapon an operational edge against cruise missiles and all classes of aircraft.  

Expo stand E-42 RTX

Connected Battlespace

Connected Battlespace is a concept that keeps soldiers one step ahead of evolving threats by connecting the battlefield across domains through data sharing, the ability to operate autonomously, and the ability to make faster tactical decisions. All this supports the operation of the Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) system.

Demo: E-42 RTX expo stand

Space Interactive

Discover our space technologies used for missile warning, intelligence, weather information and earth observation essential to global security.

Demo: E-42 RTX expo stand

Phantom Strike

Discover the capabilities of the PhantomStrike phase-scanning radar, which will be installed on the FA-50 aircraft in the PL version. Also find out how the CHIRP radar and processor can be integrated into various types of trainers.

Demo: E-42 RTX expo stand

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 About RTX

RTX is the world's largest aerospace and defence company;  with a team of 180,000 employees, RTX pushes the boundaries of technology and science to redefine how to connect and protect the world. Through the concern’s companies - Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney and Raytheon, RTX is driving advancements in aerospace and building integrated defence systems to ensure their operational effectiveness, as well as next-generation technology development and manufacturing. This enables customers around the world to meet urgent aerospace and defence needs. The concern, whose sales revenue in 2022 amounted to USD 67 billion, is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.

The group of 19 countries - users of the Patriot system includes:

  • United States
  • Netherlands
  • Germany
  • Japan
  • Israel
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Kuwait
  • Taiwan
  • Greece
  • Spain
  • Republic of Korea
  • Italy, United Arab Emirates
  • Qatar
  • Romania
  • Poland
  • Sweden
  • Kingdom of Bahrain
  • Switzerland
  • Ukraine
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